Author Ben Swenson’s New Book “The Signet” Is a Time-Hopping Thriller, Bringing Readers From 1990s California to America’s Entrance Into World War II

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Recent release “The Signet” from Page Publishing author Ben Swenson follows Wes Jenner, a businessman whose work requires he spend time traversing the Pacific Rim, as his everyday reality is taken away from him in the aftermath of an automobile accident.

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Ben Swenson, a US Navy veteran and supervisor of shipbuilding at USN base Long Beach, California, has completed his new book “The Signet”: a mysterious novel that begins with Wes Jenner’s life as a businessman fading away after he is left unconscious in a car crash, and wakes up in 1940s America as a member of the armed services preparing for World War II.

“Upon gaining consciousness, Wes Jenner finds himself the victim of a time warp dropping him as a spectator to the beginning of World War II,” Ben Swenson explained of his novel’s plot. “The book chronicles events and trials of the time but additionally chronicles the trial of love won and lost within a cloud of mystery and mysticism.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ben Swenson’s story also explores supernatural themes, such as the power of a signet discovered in an Asian antique store, and its effect on the bearer.

Blending historical facts with Wes Jenner’s journey through self-discovery, remembering his life on his original timeline, and trying to navigate 1940s wartime America, Ben Swenson braids an original tale of intrigue and excitement in the World War II genre.

Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase “The Signet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:
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